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can an aloe vera plant fade old scar marks?

  • Posted on May 10, 2012 at 1:08 pm

can an aloe vera plant fade old scar marks?
I’ve been growing an aloe plant at home and someone told me you can use it to clear old scars. Does anyone know if that is true?

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Answer by Chris
I’m really not sure if that’s true, but it’s worth a go. When I had bad scars I rubbed Vitamin E oil into them and they faded and are now almost impossible to see. It’s worth a go either way – the aloe vera plant might work, but if not, you can always try the vitamin E oil to try and get rid of the scars (:

I hope the scars are from some sort of operation and not some violent abuse…

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At what age does a woman’s beauty start to fade and does she become dependent on makeup to keep looking good?

  • Posted on February 26, 2012 at 6:28 am

At what age does a woman’s beauty start to fade and does she become dependent on makeup to keep looking good?
I know girls start wearing makeup from a very early age these days but they do so for reasons other than fading beauty. In a lot of cases they do this to make up beauty that never really existed in the first place. But some girls are naturally beautiful. However, no matter how beautiful you are eventually your looks start to fade. So the question is this: at what age do nature’s gifts start to fade and artificial aids become necessary for women to sustain a level of beauty that they previously had without the aid of any makeup.

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Answer by lipgloss-junkie
Make up doesn’t work like that. It can accentuate facial features, but it doesn’t create or change them. Natural beauty comes down to facial structure and symmetry. Women who have that will always have it, age be damned. Beautiful women will just age into older versions of beautiful women. Look at Catherine Hepburn in On Golden Pond.

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